Set amongst glorious countryside is this wonderful, detached property, Grant Cottage, resting in a quiet spot in Anaheilt near Strontian.
Boasting a fire pit for a cheerful atmosphere, as well as an alluring hot tub, Grant Cottage is an idyllic retreat for a family of four.
Park at the foot of the property with three off-road spaces available before unloading your luggage with ease into the welcoming abode.
Be greeted by the sitting room, with a natural wood wall to accentuate the rustic charm of the cottage and choose between two sophisticated sofas to unwind on before the TV.
Move through to the well-equipped kitchen/diner, where you will find all the necessities for your break; prepare hearty meals in the Aga cooker and utilise the dishwasher to assist you with the cleaning.
When dinner is served, gather around the dining table to tuck into a feast and catch-up on the excitement of the day.
Carry the conversation into the large garden, settle around the fire pit and toast some marshmallows before enjoying a soak amongst the bubbles in the hot tub.
As the evening draws to a close, head back inside to discover two excellent bedrooms, one being a stylish twin room with light grey décor and the other is a double with a countryside look.
Kick-start your day with a refreshing rinse in the contemporary shower room, you can keep your towel toasty on the heated towel rail as you enjoy your morning routine.
Grant cottage is just a stone's throw away from a café serving mouth-watering, baked goods and a village shop to stock up on tasty treats.
A scenic car journey will bring you to the picturesque village of Strontian, which is located on Loch Sunart, offering stunning walks along unspoilt countryside, as well as pubs to soak in the Scottish culture and a mini market to explore.
Embark on an adventure to the Isle of Mull, accessible by a ferry, and was the filming location of children's programme Balamory; here you choose between a wealth of attractions, including 13th century Duart Castle, the old religious centre of Iona Abbey and Nunnery and hike up the highest peak in the Scottish Isles, Ben More.
Resting on the shores of Loch Linnhe is the town of Fort Williams, walk along the Great Glen Way for spectacular, natural scenery, learn fascinating facts at The West Highland Museum or tour the largest the staircase lock in Britain at Neptune's Staircase.
With superb attractions to visit, as well as rolling countryside to explore, stay at Grant Cottage.